Sutherland Global Services, a global provider of technology-enabled business process services, announced it is opening an operations center in Las Vegas and plans to hire 2,000 employees.
With 61 locations in 19 countries, Sutherland provides clients with a seamless merging of back office processes and customer management services that are enabled by technology and robotics process automation.
“This announcement is a major boost to Southern Nevada. The expansion of Sutherland Global Services will help build a diversified, shared-services economy and provide excellent vocational training and employment opportunities through the creation of sustainable jobs that are essential to our goal of creating the new Nevada,” said Gov. Brian Sandoval. “I met with the executives of Sutherland Global Services – it’s a fast-growing, award-winning company – and it’s exciting to see how much they’re already working with community partners, universities, hiring Nevadans and becoming a key part of this state’s bright future.”
“We are so excited to bring this kind of ingenuity and new focus area to our community. This company has a terrific reputation of quality and good service and we welcome all of the executive team and the 2,000 employees they will hire,” said Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman. “I had the pleasure of meeting with members of Sutherland’s leadership team and I am extremely proud that they elected to bring this global company to Las Vegas. We welcome them with open arms.”
“The fact that this rapidly growing, international company has selected our market is a reflection of our friendly business climate, favorable workforce, and aggressive approach in recruiting companies to Southern Nevada,” said Jonas Peterson, CEO and President of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance. “We’re pleased to welcome Sutherland to Nevada and proud to have supported them throughout the process.”
For more information about job openings at Sutherland’s Las Vegas facility, click here.